Replace those unhealthy processed sugary foods  with a more balance macroboiotic diet.  A macrobiotic diet is predominantly vegetarian and emphasized consumption of whole grains and vegetables. Food must be ideally steamed or lightly sautéed in vegetable oil. Macrobiotic diet includes use of soy products and cruciferous vegetables. Soups are an essential feature. A macrobiotic diet is low in meat, dairy products and sugar. Fluid intake is also limited. Food prepared according to macrobiotic principles has been linked to reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease.

Whole grains: brown rice, whole wheat, rye corn, oats and millet

Fresh vegetables: cauliflower, broccoli, turnips, cabbage, pumpkin, celery, mushrooms, mustard greens

Lentils: chickpeas, beans

Seafood: fresh fish and sea vegetables such as wakame, hiziki, dombu, noris, arame, agar-agar and Irish moss.

Checkout the video and see how, fresh vegetables, lentils and other whole grains can be prepared to give you a tasty and healthy a balanced meal. FYI thisandthatblog!!!    Share your thoughts….  http://video.foxnews.com/v/4523225/

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